Swansea City are set to drop Wilfried Bony’s £19million release clause in order to sell him this summer, with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur interested in his services, Mirror reports.
The Welsh club are admitting defeat in keeping the striker at the Liberty, and are willing to listen to offers for the Ivory Coast international.
Liverpool and Tottenham have both enquired Swansea in regards to Bony’s availability last month, but the Swans were holding out for the £19million buy-out clause.
However according to reports Swansea will ditch the clause with the 25-year-old keen to leave the Liberty for a Champions League club this summer.
Liverpool were close to signing Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy for £8.5million two weeks earlier, but have turned their attentions to Bony after the deal collapsed.
Tottenham have also expressed their desire to bring over the former Vitesse star, with Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino looking to sign his third Swansea player after the purchases of Michel Vorm and Ben Davies.
Bony had an incredible debut campaign in the Premier League last season, scoring 25 goals in all competitions.